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Neo-nazi Paper Bombed

Munich police are investigating a bomb explosion that damaged the premises of the neo-Nazi newspaper Deutsche National-Zeitung published in that city. The blast, in the early hours yesterday, caused no injuries but damage to the newspaper plant was estimated at 10,000 Marks (about $4300).

Police said there might be a connection between the bombing and an attempted bombing on Jan. 24. At that time, a bomb was discovered in the building and removed before it went off. The Deutsche National-Zeitung is owned and edited by Dr. Gerhard Frey, one of the most notorious Nazis of the post-war era. It claims a circulation of 100,000 in Germany.